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Sports stars donate trophies to help Red Cross Covid-19 response


...proceeds will go to the Cruz Roja Responde programme to help the most vulnerable in Spain in their fight against the coronavirus. These six have answered the call from tennis star Rafael Nadal and basketball player Pau Gasol under the banner



Alejandro Davidovich and Rafael Nadal scheduled to take part in a special competition this summer


Alejandro Davidovich (97th, ATP), Rafa Nadal (2nd), Roberto Bautista (12th), Pablo Carreño (25th), Albert Ramos (41st), Fernando Verdasco (52nd), Pablo Andújar (53rd), Feliciano López (56th) and Roberto Carballés (99th) taking part. The intention, which ... Davidovich's coach Jorge Aguirre mentioned in a recent newspaper interview, was confirmed in a videoconference with several Spanish tennis players from the winning Davis Cup team, such as Sergi Bruguera, Nadal, Feliciano López, Bautista and Marcel Granollers.



Spanish sports stars unite to take on the coronavirus


Spanish sports stars Rafael Nadal and Pau Gasol have joined forces in giving their backing to the charitable initiative Cruz Roja Responde (Red Cross Responds), through which they hope to raise a total of 11 million euros with other Spanish athletes ... be there for you," said tennis star Nadal in a video broadcast on social media. The tennis player called his "friend Pau", who "was also thinking how we could do something" to fight the pandemic. "Together we came to the conclusion that it was time ... euros to help 1,350,000 people. We are confident that every part of Spanish sport will come together. Pau and I have already made our donation because we trust in you and we know for sure that this will be our most important victory yet," added Nadal



Nadal and Bautista deliver Spain's sixth Davis Cup


World number one tennis player Rafael Nadal, along with teammate Robert Bautista won a sixth Davis Cup for Spain on Sunday after beating Canada 2-0. Spain have become the first team to lift the Salad Bowl trophy after the competition changed to ... Robert Bautista was first up, beating Felix Auger-Aliasimme 7-6(3) 6-3. Nadal then secured the title with a 9-3 7-6(7) victory against Canada's Denis Shapovalov. The Mallorca-born world number one added to an impressive personal track record in the ... Davis Cup, with 18 consecutive knock-out wins, 29 consecutive single victories and 32 consecutive wins including doubles matches. The final was as much Bautista's as Nadal's, however, the player returning to the tournament after the death of his father



Nadal, king in Paris

Ángel Escalera

If for Henry IV reigning in Paris was well worth a mass, it has taken Rafael Nadal 12 French Opens, and with it he has become a legend. No other tennis player in the history of racquet sports has won a Grand Slam a dozen times. I think that it will ... be a long time before anyone does it again, if anyone ever does. That crown only has one king: Nadal. He has won his 12th title on the central court of the Roland-Garros cathedral to tennis in Paris at the age of 33 years and six days. The man who ... has earned himself the title of best Spanish sportsperson of all time seems to have no limits. Nadal, who makes the difficult look easy, can be admired for his career packed with triumphs, but even more for his modesty, his humility, his capacity to



Rafael Nadal: one Grand Slam off Federer

Daryl Finch

World number two Rafael Nadal claimed his 19th major tournament win by beating Daniil Medvedev in what was a thrilling five-set, nearly five-hour US Open final (7-5, 6-3, 5-7, 4-6, 6-4) on Sunday. The victory leaves Nadal, 33, just one Grand Slam



Nadal French Open champion 12 times over


Rafael Nadal won his twelfth men's singles title at the French Open in Paris on Sunday. Spain's tennis superstar beat Austrian Dominic Thiem in four sets (6-3, 5-7, 6-1, 6-1) after a match lasting three hours. Nadal is now the first person in



Nadal victory secures top spot for Spain and safe passage to the Davis Cup quarter-finals


Rafael Nadal beat Borna Gojo in two sets on Wednesday to secure Spain top spot in their Davis Cup group and a place in the tournament's quarter finals. After Roberto Bautista had beaten the Croat Nikola Mekti?, Spain needed another victory to ... secure top spot. Nevertheless, it would be a stretch to say that the pressure was on Nadal in Madrid; many saw his match as a foregone conclusion, given the world number one's opponent currently occupies the 280th spot in the ATP rankings. Ultimately, ... accompanied each point that Nadal won, demonstrating that the encounter was not as easy for the Mallorcan as many had foreseen. Ultimately, though, a break allowed Nadal to reach a 5-4 advantage, and he put the set to bed with a resounding service game.



15 March 1999: Carlos Moyá becomes first male Spanish tennis player to top the world rankings

Daryl Finch

...inspire Rafael Nadal who cites his fellow Mallorcan as one of his biggest influences. Nadal became world number one for the first time on 18 August 2008 and, unlike Moyá, was able to regain the top ranking after losing it. In fact, he went on to win 17 ... Grand Slam singles titles, holding the world number one ranking for a total of 196 weeks. After a dip in his career, the man Nadal turned to was none other than Carlos Moyá. Moyá joined his coaching team in 2016 and together they have seen the recovery ... of Nadal's career.